Captain George Parker House

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The Captain George Parker House, a Nantucket historical landmark built in 1830, was crumbling and in disrepair when Trudy Dujardin undertook its restoration. A careful study of old books at the Historical Society led her to hand-scrape layers of old paint, reconstruct the roof walk, re-stabilize the walls, and jack up the foundation. When her meticulous work was complete, the house was certified as a “Historic Preservation” by the National Park Service.